Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Tuesday’s national newspapers.
Policing minister Kit Malthouse has said British people should “snitch” on neighbours who break the new “rule of six”, The Sun reports.
The i says Prime Minister Boris Johnson has secured a big Commons victory, after presenting his Brexit bill to MPs that his government admitted could break international law.
Laboratories are struggling with coronavirus test demand, meaning people living in the country’s hotspots are unable to get a test, The Times says.
The Independent says that Boris Johnson has had to
head off a Conservative rebellion over his Brexit bill, which his government admitted
would break international law.
The Daily Telegraph says that doctors and nurses have been kept off work after not being able to access coronavirus tests, meaning operations have been cancelled.
Britain’s cancer crisis could cause up to 35,000 extra deaths, the Daily Express reports.
Metro says there are no coronavirus test appointments available in any of
the 10 COVID-19 hotspots, calling it a “shambles”.
UK is set to be hotter than Hawaii on Tuesday, the Daily Star reports.
The prime minister has been warned that up to 7,000 lorries could be stuck
at the border in Kent, and there could be delays of up to two days for ferry
crossings, in a “reasonable worst-case scenario” post-Brexit, The Guardian says.
the “rule of six” comes into force in England, the Daily Mirror expresses its
frustration that grouse shooting made the list of exempt activities.
TikTok-Oracle ‘partnership’ will face an investigation by the White House before it
is approved, the Financial Times says.
Daily Mail says that the coronavirus pandemic has sparked a “huge rise in
problem drinking”, according to a new report.
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